The science of numerology can be traced back thousands of years. The Chinese,Japanese, Greek, Hebrews, Egyptians, Phoenicians, early Christians, Mayans, andIncas all used some form of numerology to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and the universe.Numerology is perhaps the easiest of the occult arts to understand and use. Allyou need is the
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of an individual to unlock allof the secrets that the numbers hold. (Most authorities agree that the full birthname as recorded on your birth certificate is the name that must be used for allcalculations involving name.)There are eleven numbers used in constructing Numerology charts. Thesenumbers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, and 22. Larger numbers that occur fromadding the numbers in the complete birth date or from the values assigned toeach name are reduced by adding the digits together until the sum achieved isone of the core numbers. Merely add the components of the larger numbertogether (repeatedly, if necessary) until a single digit (or the "master" numbers11 or 22) results. Each of these numbers represents different characteristics andexpressions.Master numbers are the only exception to rule of reducing to the single digit. Themaster numbers 11 and 22 are intensified versions of the single digit numberthey replace (2 and 4). These numbers suggest a potential for a high degree of learning and/or achievement very often in a more stressful environment. Inmany individuals, the master numbers operate at a much more tangible orpractical level, becoming essentially the same as the single digit parallel. An astrology chart looks at more than just your sun sign. Likewise a numerologychart doesn't just focus on one particular number but provides the results of several calculations. These numbers are then examined and interpreted inrelation to each other. And unlike astrology, numerology is wonderfully simple.So simple that you really can "do it yourself."LET’S GET STARTED!
Converting your FULL BIRTH NAME to a number.
Have a pencil and paper handy? Great! Start by writing out your full birth name(first, middle, and last). Now assign numbers to each letter using the chart as aguide. Here is a chart of the values assigned to each of the letters in the Englishalphabet: